Great hi viz cycling gear on sale

Discussion in 'Cars, cycling and transport' started by Brendan Burgess, Jan 10, 2017.

  1. Brendan Burgess

    Brendan Burgess Founder

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    I bought a pair of these gloves last week, and they arrived today. They are excellent. The sale is still on, but I am not sure for how long.

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    The RBS Hoolie winter commuter cycling glove is ideal for cycle commuting, being both windproof and weatherproof. Designed in a smooth surface windproof laminate with a gel padded palm for additional comfort. Silicon print on fingers and palm add additional grip in the wet and there is a fleece nose wipe on the thumb. The Hoolie has highly reflective print detailing for increased visibility in all conditions, also enhancing night time hand signalling to other road users.
    Our Price: £29.99

    SALE PRICE: £8.00



    http://www.polaris-bikewear.co.uk/RBS-Hoolie-Winter-Commuter-Cycling-Glove-p/pol01-4515-p.htm

    This looks very well designed and pretty good value too:
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    Brendan
     

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  2. michaelm

    michaelm Frequent Poster

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    Last edited: Jan 10, 2017
    If you register on the Road Safety Authority website you can order various hi-vis items (bibs, vests, rucksack covers, etc) for free.
     
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  3. dereko1969

    dereko1969 Frequent Poster

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    Nice one Brendan, they look good.
     
  4. Slim

    Slim Frequent Poster

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    Brendan. Did you get hit for p&p? I was checking out when they added €14 for delivery to ROI.
     
  5. Brendan Burgess

    Brendan Burgess Founder

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    Yes, it was something like that. I bought two pairs. so it's still around £13 a pair.

    You could probably use parcel motel to save a few bob.

    Brendan
     
  6. Slim

    Slim Frequent Poster

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    Thanks Brendan, I thought it was the RoI thing alright.